Compost Demo Site Q and A
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 09:00am - 12:00pm
Got questions about composting? Want to learn the best way to get your compost cooking? How do you know when your compost is finished? What type of composting bin is best? What about worm bins? Spring time is a great time to learn how to turn kitchen scraps and yard debris into food for your garden. Visit a composting demonstration site open house anytime between 9 am and noon. to get answers, see demonstrations of composting techniques, and chat with Master Composter/Recyclers. The composting demonstration site is at the west end of the Wildlife Botanic Gardens at the Center for Agricultural Science and Environmental Education (CASEE) in Brush Prairie.
Have questions about backyard composting? Not sure what type of composting tumbler/bin/pile system is best for you? Come ask a composting expert!
This demonstration site displays examples of completely functional and currently in use common compost systems for the backyard composer. Examples of compost systems include: wire mesh bins, a two bin cinder block system, a three bin pallet system, Seattle composer bin, large tumbler, large scale wooden/wore system, a barrel worm bin, a Rubbermaid tote worm bin, lasagna garden beds, and a hugelkultur berm.
Volunteer experts are present at our demonstration site at CASEE to answer your questions.
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11104 NE 149th St
Brush Prairie, WA 98606